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Speaking About a Theory of Change

By Nell Edgington



As I mentioned in an earlier post this week, I spoke at the Women’s Collective Giving Network’s national conference last week about the Power of a Theory of Change. I have been doing a lot of speaking to nonprofit conferences, boards, donors and other groups around the country this year, and I love it. I get really excited about helping people see things in new ways.

If you’d like to see a clip from my Power of a Theory of Change speech, you can view it below, or by clicking here to watch if you are reading this in an email.

Some of the other topics I speak about to nonprofit boards, staffs, donors, conferences include:

  • Financing not Fundraising
  • Where Nonprofits Fit in the Social Entrepreneurship Movement
  • The Future of the Nonprofit Sector
  • Jump Starting Your Board
  • Creating a Financing Plan
  • Messaging Impact
  • Creating a Succession Plan
  • Leading Honest Conversations Between Funders and Nonprofits
  • The Critical Connection Between Mission and Money

If you are interested in learning more, go to the speaking page of my website, or click here to download a one sheet to get more information.

If you’d like to learn more about my fees and availability for speaking to your group, email info@socialvelocity.net.

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About the Author: Nell Edgington is President of Social Velocity (www.socialvelocity.net), a management consulting firm leading nonprofits to greater social impact and financial sustainability. Social Velocity helps nonprofits grow their programs, bring more money in the door, and use resources more effectively. For more information, check out Social Velocity consulting services and clients.


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